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Are you tired of all the hip flasks that look the same: either a boring, stainless steel color or wrapped in fake, low-quality leather? Experience the luxury and style of our black flask instead. Our eye-catching flask is constructed from top-grade 18/8 stainless steel and features an alluring matte-black. This gives it a subtle refinement that is both unique and regal, standing out from all the boring flasks on the market. In true hip flask fashion, a gentle curve has been crafted into the body, making it perfect to discreetly carry in your pocket. The flask is 100% leak-proof, with a cap which is very easy to open and close, and equipped with a cap holder.
Absinthe Original handmade refillable Absinthe Hip Flask is just perfect for sneaking a quick drink... whether it's absinthe, whiskey, gin or vodka... this sleek device can hold up to 8oz which is just over 5 shots of your favorite alcohol. These liquor hip flask sets make great gifts whether it is for Father's day, birthday, retirements, various awards or as a Xmas gift. If given early enough, the flasks can be used during the bachelor party. Or tuck a flask away in your tuxedo for the wedding reception. Some receptions will have a limited bar or no bar, so sometimes you have to bring your party with you for maximum fun.
Absinthe hip flask is made of top grade stainless steel which has been laser-welded together, flasks are embossed with an elegant Absinthe Original logo featuring the famous absinthe quote from Ethel Mumford: Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder. Each flask is supplied empty with a little funnel in a lovely black presentation box, therefore, it makes an ideal present for that special man in your life or why not just spoil yourself? It’s commonly given as a groomsman’s gift.
The flask has a smooth, sleek body which means it slips easily into your pocket or handbag - no-one will even know it's there! Our absinthe stainless steel hip flasks feature a timeless design, the smooth matte finish resists fingerprints and maintains the clean look. Absinthe hip flask comes with a captive top, a small arm (also called a bayonet cap) attached to the top cap to prevent it from getting lost.
Made from top grade stainless steel, it has a smooth, sleek body that it has a drip-free cap that’s safely tethered by a hinged arm. Classic curved shape with rounded edges. Attached screw top creates a spill-proof seal.
Flask weight: 3.845 oz
Flask capacity: 8 oz / 236ml
Flask material: premium 304 stainless steel
Flask packing: 1 x hip flask + 1 x funnel
Flask dimensions: height: 5.39 in, width: 3.62 in, thickness: 0.87 in
These exclusive stainless steel hip flasks are specially designed to contain alcoholic beverages. They should not be used for sour beverages, such as fruit juices, cocktails, cream liqueurs or citrus-based liquids. They will deteriorate or mix badly with the flask material, and some may even damage it.
How to Care For Your Flask
Rinse the flask well with dishwashing liquid (not with soap, it leaves residues that will alter the liquor) before filling the flask for the first time. For a more thorough cleaning, mix equal parts of warm water and white distilled vinegar and fill your flask half full before closing the lid and shaking vigorously. Rinse well several times with fresh water and let it air dry.
Be sure to empty the flask after each use, and rinse thoroughly with warm water before refilling.
Do not leave the alcohol in the flask for more than a week, as an upper limit; ideally, you should carry your day’s quota and drink it on the same day.
Important: Strongly acidic beverages may corrode the flask. It is not recommended to fill with beer, fruit juices, wine and any acidic beverages.
Did you know that...?
In 1950, Hemingway was famously described drinking from a silver flask by Lillian Ross in her book, Portrait of Hemingway, but since Jinny (no one is certain where or when Ernest Hemingway began his long relationship with the tall silver flask he called Jinny) had been retired, it was most likely the flask described by Hemingway friend A.E. Hotchner in his biography Papa Hemingway. A gift from his fourth and final wife, it bore the inscription: “From Mary with Love,” contained “splendidly-aged Calvados” and is presently being hoarded by the JFK Presidential Library and Museum.